June 2018

GBPUSD – Flat Wave Analysis After rallying higher during the previous trading day but ended up closing as a potential bearish pin bar. We still expect further momentum to the upper side based on the previous week’s candle, that is the price should rise higher towards 1.42460 or even higher….

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A history of economic cycles dating back to the mid-1800s reveals a troubling outlook for today’s Central Bank induced bull market of hopes and dreams, which could be in the later innings. It is quite evident that Americans have quit saving as their gig-economy jobs have left them in financial ruin…

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Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, Yellowstone caldera eruption fears have spiked as the supervolcano’s largest geyser erupted for the eight time.  So far, scientists aren’t certain why the Steamboat geyser continues to erupt, adding to the fears. After years of silence, Yellowstone’s Steamboat geyser, a better show than Old Faithful,…

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Tomorrow’s G7, or rather G6+1 meeting, is shaping up to be one for the ages. As we reported previously, chancellor Merkel already was setting the ground for the Toronto showdown among the world’s top political leaders, vowing to challenge Donald Trump on virtually every issue, from trade to climate, and…

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Authored by Jim Cox via The Foundation for Economic Education, Do you want to reduce your risk of death by gun violence? If so, consider these 10 common sense ways to do so. These are things one can implement fully and immediately with no permission or agreement from anyone else…

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George Soros-backed candidates for district attorney in Sacramento, San Diego and Alameda counties lost to their conservative opponents in midterm elections on Tuesday, handing the “Open Society” billionaire a handful of embarrassing defeats in the most progressive state in the US. Soros and several other like-minded donors – the American…

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Just a few weeks after Argentina became ground zero for the coming Emerging Market crisis, when its currency suddenly collapsed at the end of April amid soaring inflation, exploding capital outflows and a central bank that was far behind the curve (as in “13% of rate hikes in a week”…

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